I mean no disrespect when I say this: I couldn't give a dragon's ass about the story in Skyrim. It may well be wonderful, but as the fifth installment in The Elder Scrollsseries—none of which I've played for more than an hour or two at most—I've never had any opportunity to understand, let alone grow to love, the story.
But after about an hour of playing through the latest build of Skyrim on an Xbox 360, I'm happy to report that I think this will be the first Elder Scrolls game I actually may play through to the end.
Blame Fallout 3. While the first-person RPG interface of Morrowind and Oblivion always felt clunky, maybe even punitive, Falloutshowed me the appeal of Bethesda's open world game design. Skyrim isn't an RPG in the classic sense—it's a sword-…
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- First of all I would like to say NONE of this is confirmed. Back to the topic, this blog post is going to be about my ideas about some of the ways you should be able to make money in Skyrim, and use it.
- Now I honestly don't think money in Oblivion was useful, at all, except if you want to buy houses. I hope that is changed in Skyrim. Despite that, I am spending my time in Oblivion, now, making money by looting caves, and then selling it. And let me say it is fucking boring. The only other way is competing the Arena, but I can only do that once a week.
- Anyways I would like to write some of my ideas, and see the forums ideas about how money should be made, and used.
Mining-I think mining should either be a minigame, of some sort, or actual digg…Read more >
A youtuber by the name of IOblvionIV posted a video recently saying that werewolves are diffently going to be in the game. They will, most likely be a disease you can get, but that is not 100 percent confirmed yet. NPCs will have this condition, you can see one in the PS3 magazine screenshots. They are described, as a game director, to have yellowish, or whitish eyes, mangled hair/beards, and a nose that has a tip going past the nostrils. Just like the redguard in the PS3 screenshot.
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This is a pretty short post, but I know a lot of Elder Scrolls players, including myself were wondering and wanting to know if they, indeed, exist. We do not the if the disease will be catchable when the game is released; if not, it will be most likely downloa…